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THE MICHIGAN DAILY ISU DAY. FEBRUARY 12, 1967

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reearch ito .. estial cancer for
su6me,10 years. This form of the
,4sease i1 iot prevalent in the
2.35: year .group, and is almost
fal4ay fatal in two years unless
te tumor is surgically removed in
tirme.:
--Epdemology. Basically ppu-
latiqn .study, this aspect of Pub-
lic health research tries to spt
statistical frequencies of cancer in
geographcal, age and occupational
groups.1)r Sidney Cobb, combin-
',ng meicine and psychology at the
p'urvey Researlh Center, has done
wrk donattittdes associated with
To Come
SUNDAY, FEB.12
7 and 9 p.m.-Cinema Guild
present Ingmar Bergman's movie
"Smiles of a Summer Night" in
the Architecture Aud.
TUESDAY, FEB. 14
8:30 p.m.-School of Music pre-
sents a concert by The Baroque
Trio in Rackham Lectu~re .Hal.
8:30 p.m.-School of Music pre-
0e its a recital by students of the
'ThaTh the schol's Recital Hall.
WEDNE SPAY,FEJB. 15
3:00' p,m. -David Haberstam,
greln correspondent for the New
Yor)c Tines'..wlgive, a lecture in
~oi~rnaism, "An American or-
respodent Behind the Iron Cur-
ftan" in Kellogg Auditorium.
7 and 9:05 p.m.-Cinema 'Guild'
presents, its Experimental Series
Program in the Architecture Aud. 1:4pm-'ho'o ui r
aets a:" concert, "Contemporary
Dirctons' in,Hll ,Aud.,
THURSDAY, FEB.1S
7 ;ad 9:05 p.m.-Cnema Guild
presents Andrzej Wada's "Ashes
and Diamonds" in the Architec-
ture Aud.
;8:30 -p.m.-Professional Theatre
Program presents , Play of the
Month, "Porgy and Bess" in -Hill
'Auci.
.--&30 pn,-UivestyMusical
~8octety. Chamber Music Festival
presents the Bordin Quartet in
Raelcltam Aud,
T ad A:4 p 1.-im Guild
presents Charlie Chaplin's "Md-
~ern 'Times" in the Architecture
8:30 p.m.-Professional Theatre
Program presents Play of the
Month"Porgy and Bess" in ill
- t 834 . i.l-4nlersty.. ual
nbbiety " Chamber Musc Festval
preents Stockholm Van del String
Jdartet in ,Rakhamx Aud.
SUND Al FEB 19
E' p~m -Ujniversty Players Chil-
drer's -''hatre presents,'Te "TheinTuelodAd
7 and 9:05- p.m.-Cinema Guild
presents Charlie Chaplin's "Mod-
ern Timhes" In the 'Architecture
Aud.,
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survival and death from cancer.
He says, "We try to follow peo-
ple through a disease, studying the
psychological variables related to
medicine. For example,, there is a
fair amount of evidence that those
cancer patients at peace with the
world live, longer than those who
become depressed with t h e i r
plight."! In related types of work,
he has bound that tumors grow
more rapidly in hamsters that are
isolated than in hamsters that
live together."
Epidemiology is being applied to
lung cancer: problems. Dr. Cobb
notes' that "it would be interest-
ing . to study the cancer incidence
rates of.' airport personnel. Parti-
ally burned diesel fuel is carceno-
genic-cancer causing-and, con-
tains a chemical also found in cig-
arette smoke. These people are ex-
posed to the fumes day in and day
out."
In another case, it was discov-
ered that there was 100 per cent
bladder cancer incidence among'
workers in the aniline dye indus-
try before the vats were sealed
off from the air.
This year will bring many note-
able cancer researchers to the tni-
versity to hold meetings on each
of these aspects. of the cancer at-
tack. Dr. Francois Jacob, Nobel
Prize winner from France, for his
work in genetics, will give a series
of lectures in May. in line with the
::Sesquicentennial festivities. The
occasion will be the Donald E.
Johnson, Lectures in Cancer Re-
search.

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SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 12
Day Calendar
School of Music Concert - French
Horn Ensemble: Recital Hall, School of
Music, 2 p.m.
School of Music Concert-"Chamber
Music for Doctoral Clarinet Students":
Recital Hall, School of Music, 4:30;
Cinema Guild - Ingmar Bergman's
"Smiles of a Summer Night": Archi-
tecture Aud., 7 and 9:05 p.m.
School of Music Degree Recital-
Darwyn Apple, violinist: Recital Hall,
School of Music, 8:30 p.m.
General Notices
Botany Seminar: Harry A. Douthit, Jr.
from University of Wisconsin, "Satel-
lite DNA's from Bacillus," Mon., Feb. 13.
4:15 p.m., 1139 Natural Science Bldg.
The M.A.A. Film-Curtis: "The Classi-
cal Groups as a Source of Algebraic
Problems" will be shown Tues.,, Feb.
14 at 4:10 p.m. in Room 2003 Angell
Hall.
Language Test for Junior Year in
France and Junior Year in Germany
Applicants: The language test for all
applicants for, the Junior Year in
France and the Junior Year, in Ger-

many will be held Mon., Feb. 13 in
Room 1025 Angell Hall, 7:15 p.m.

Art, Girls FE, Boys PE, Ind. Arts, Lib.,
J.H.-Vocal, Girls Couns.

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NOUNCEMENTS is available to officially
recognized and registered student or-
ganizations only. Forms are available
in Room,1Q11 1SAB.
Lutheran. Student Chapel, Hill St. at
Forest Ave., Sun., Feb. 12, Worship
service at 9:30 and 11 a.m.; 6 p.m. sup-
per followed by program at 7. p.m.,
"The ChallengeĀ° of Existentialism to
Theology," Prof. Ray Elevton, Eastern
Michigan University.
Folk Dance Club (WAA), Folk dance,
Mon., Feb. 13, 6:30-10:30 p.m., Women's
Athletic'Bldg.
Gamma Delta, Sun., Feb. 12, meet
at University Luth~eran Chapel, 1511
Washtenaw, at 5,45 p.m. to go to Luth-
eran Student Chapel, 801 S. Forest, for
supper and program: Prof. Ray Elevton
of EMU, "the Challenge of Existential-
ism to Theology"
Newman Student' Association, Mar-

riage instruction series, Feb. 12,
p.m., Newman Center, 331 Thompson.

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Huntington Beach, Calif. (H.S. Dist.)
National Negro History Week: "How '-Eng., Math, Sl., For, Lang., Home Ec.,
Past Problems Perpetuate Present Prob- Ind. Arts.
lems," Sun., Feb. 12 at 6 p.m. Tea. Albion, Mich.-Elem., Sp. Corr., Visit.
Welcome by Rev. Emmett L. Green, Tch, Eng., SS, Art, Speech, Debate,
Second Baptist Church, Fourth and uid., Gen. St. Girls E Boys PE, Lib
BeaksSts. Tech, Auto Mech.
jNational Negro History Week: "How WED., FEB. 2-
Past Problems Perpetuate Present Prob- Tacoma, Was.-Al fields.
lems," Mon., Feb. 13 8 p.m. Literary Fraser, Mich.-Elem., Inst./Vocal, J.
jiscussion by Nalom Madget, Negro -Math/Sci., Girls E, Phys, Eng., Gen.
poetess. Second Baptist Church, Fourth St., Lib., Type A, Sp. Corr.
and Beaks Sts Livonia, lich.-Elem., J.H.-French,
Home E., Math, Math/Sci., Boys PE,
jHonor Society of Phi Kappa Phi Ini- H.S.-Math, Spec. Ed-Tr. Ment, lidp.,
tIation and Reception: Thurs., Feb. 16, S.A.R., Type A.
8 p.m., Rackham Bldg. Lecture Hall. East Detroit, Mich.-Eem., Sec. -
James H. Zumberge, president of Grand Eng., Gen St., Speech/For., Math,
Valley State College, will speak on "The Lib., Sch. Psych., Visit. Tch, Sp. Ther.,
Education of Young Scholars." Infor- Sc. St.-MA required.
mal reception will follow in the Assem- Bassett, Calf.-Elem., r. 7-9-Rem.
bly Hall." Read., Span., EMR, EM, J.H.-Art, Eng-
lish, Home Ec., Sc., H.S-Art, Bus.,
Doctoral Examination for Bong Ho, Eng., German, Home Ec., Ind Arts,
Electrical Engineering; thesis: "A Study Math, Bil., Girls E, French.
of D-C Pumped Quadrpole Amplifiers," THURS., FEB. 23-
Mon., Feb. 13, Room 4514 East Engi- Mt Prospect, Il. (No. 57) - Elem.
neering Bldg., 8 a.m. Chairman, Yeh. 1, 2, 4, 6, J.H.-Lang. Arts, Math, Sp
Corr., Girls E, Boys E, Nurse, Art,
EMH Soc. Work.
PDUATON eImSI n Midland, Mich.-Elem., Lib., Spec.
Ed., Art, E-Woman, Intermed. 7, 8,
EDUCTIONDIVIION:9, Math, Engl./SS, Biol., Ger., Span.,
The following schools will interview Girls E, Boys E, Art, Ind. Arts, Spec.
fat the Bureau during the week of Feb. Ed.-Ment Retard., H.S.-Engl., Math,
French, German, E, Phys. Si, SS, Bus
20: Ed., Ind. Arts, Bus. Ed. Tch./Coord.
MON., FEB. 20- Dearborn Heights, Mich, (Dist. No, 8)
Agana, Guam-Elem., Se. - Afric., -Elem., Math, Shop, Bus., Engl., St..
Art, Bus., Lang. Arts, Span., Home Ec., Cuns, Girls E, Visit, Tch., Nurse, Type
Ind. Arts, Math, Music, Boys E, Girls A, Rem. Read.
FE, St., SS, Guid., Lib., Shop. Warren, Ohio-Al fields.
Milford, Mch-Elem., FE, Art, Sec.- Highland Park, III.-All H.S. fields,
Art, Biol., Chem~, Engl., Gen. St., SS, FRI., FEB. 24-
Hist./Poll. St., Home Ec., Math, Phys., Manitowoc, Wis.- Elem. K-6, TMH,
Span., Ind. Arts, Strings, Visit. Tch, EMH, Art, E, Music, J.H. - Math,
Diag. Span., Ind. Arts, Sci., Lib., H.S.-Math,
Rudyrd, ich-lem.K-6,FrenhId Arts, Lib., Girls PE, German.
Iype B, Ment. Retard., JH.-Sci., Lang. LopcCliElm,_-n~Fenh
Arts, Math, H.S -Phys./Chem., Ind.
Arts, Bus., Engl., Lib., Soc. Work, Diag.
Skokie, 1l. (Niles Twp. H.S.) - Art,
Bus., Engl., Home Ec., Ind. Arts, Phys.,
Chem., Bol., Gen. St., Math, Girls PE,DtotMlh-emVcFEJH. A T
Lib., SS, Span., French, Asst. Coach, :(
Boys FE/Head Ftb. Coach-Exp t".'
-Home Ec., Lib., Ind. Arts, Vocal,
Lib., Gen. St., Phys. St., Bus., Span. - NO 26264 }
Fr/Engl., Girls FE/Swi., Engl./SS,
Math, Elem.-Dr./Sp./A.V., Art, St., Lib, - -__
Math, Sp. Corr., H.S.-Phays., Biol., Eng-
lish, Math, Ind. Arts, Home Ec., Bus., ShwTme;oXyi:0
Dist. E., Girls FE/Swim., Spec. Ed. - 300500700-900
Ment. Retard. ________________
TUES., FEB. 21-
Las Vegas, Nev. (Clark County Schs.)
-Elem. K-6, Lib., Sec.-Engl., Math,Va g nh s n
Chem~, Phys. St., For. Lang., Lib., Girls V u nn a a
FE, Spec. Ed. affair withda g r
El Monte, Calf.-Elem. K-6, r. 7 & d n e
8-Spec. Ed.. Elem. Span., Home Ec. in Europe's capital
Battle Creek, Mich. - Elem., Remn. ofepinage
R., rMsc E ap pc d Diag., Ment. Retard., Sp Corr,'Em. M
Dist., Deaf, Via. Hdp., Phys. Hdp. Sec.
-Math, SS, Eng., Chem./Phys., Gen.
Set., Bus. Ed., Typing, Home E., Span.,Y
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Young Democrats, Executive Board
meeting, Mon., Feb. 13, 4 p.m.. 2539
SAB. All members invited to attend.
(Guild 'House, Monday noon luncheon,
Jerr'y Dupont, "!Student Power in Civic
Affairs," Feb. 13, 12-1 p.m., Guild
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German, Girls PE, Engl., Lib., Math,
Spec. Ed.-EMR, TMR, Orth. Hdcp., Aur-
ally Hdcn.
Norwalk, Calif.-Elem. K-6, Gr. 7 & 8
-Engl./SS, Gen. Math, Ind. Arts, Girls
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sion, 3200 SAB, 764-7459.
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THEODORE BIKE, at Brunch
Sunday, Feb. 19, 12:30 P.M.
in a
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Jewish Concern
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on Sunday, Feb. 12, at Hillel Office,
1429 Hill Street.

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